The bizarre death of Debbie Collier takes a dramatic new turn as investigators share their concerns about the ‘complex’ case

Debbie Collier’s mysterious death has taken a new turn after FBI agents became involved in the case.

Georgia police officers have admitted several questions remain unanswered weeks after the 59-year-old mother was found dead in a ravine.

The FBI is involved in the case surrounding the death of Debbie Collier

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The FBI is involved in the case surrounding the death of Debbie CollierCredit: Facebook
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Law enforcement officials have described the investigation as “complex.”Credit: Joy Purcell/Now Habersham

Mystery surrounds Collier’s final moments after surveillance footage captured her purchase at a Family Dollar store on September 10 — less than 24 hours before her charred remains were discovered.

FBI agents have now joined the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office to help solve the case, reports FOX5.

Habersham County Chief Deputy Murray Kogod said the case “remains complex in nature.”

Collier was spotted in the store purchasing several items including a tote bag, tarp, refillable lighter, poncho and paper towels.

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Police officers said she appeared “calm” and “afraid of nothing” while shopping.

Collier wired her daughter Amanda Bearden $2,385 through Venmo – minutes after she left the store.

She also warned “they won’t let me go” in a chilling message sent along with the transaction.

Cops have since revealed that the amount Collier sent is “very close” to what Bearden’s partner Andrew Giegerich owed in suspended sentences, two police sources told FOX News Digital.

However, it’s possible that the number was skewed by transaction fees.

Police have not released details of the fines but said they have not been paid.

Investigators have not identified any potential suspects or prospects — more than three weeks after Collier was found.

Giegerich vehemently denied any involvement in the woman’s death last week.

He told Fox News Digital that he and Bearden barricaded the front and back doors of their home.

The ex-amateur MMA fighter insisted that he and Bearden had “nothing to do” with Collier’s death.

‘FRIGHTENED’

He added, “We’re a little scared ourselves.”

Giegerich previously told the New York Post, “The people who are closest [Debbie] are somehow considered suspects at this time.”

And he said his and Bearden’s phones were confiscated as part of the investigation.

Neither Giegerich nor Bearden was accused of wrongdoing.

In an emotional interview after finding the body, Bearden told CBS 46, “Somebody took my whole world from me.

“She was a beautiful, kind, generous woman — and she deserved none of it… I want justice for my mother.”

Police have narrowed the window of Collier’s death to between September 10 at 3:09 p.m. and September 11 at 12:44 p.m.

Police said Collier’s death appears to have been “directed” and not the work of a serial killer.

Collier’s death was ruled a homicide and police said she was naked and partially burned.

The police exclude a suicide and a random act of violence with confidence.

A tote bag and a partially blue tarp were also found at the scene.

There were signs of “charring” on her abdomen and her right hand was clutching a small tree.

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However, details of her death remain sparse as her investigation continues.

Former police officer Paul Belli told The US Sun: “Police want to reassure people that there is nobody out there chasing people, but at the same time they don’t want to jeopardize the investigation.”

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